Christopher I. Warner

Christopher I. Warner

Christopher I. Warner

Adjunct Faculty

THE GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL, from August 4, 1980, to April 12, 1981. Special Police Officer in Washington D.C.

CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE AGENCY from April 14, 1981, to January 3, 1984, in Langley, Virginia.

DRUG ENFORCEMENT ADMINISTRATION from January 1984 to October 2007 in Washington D.C., Miami Florida, Ft. Lauderdale Florida, San Francisco, California, Fresno, California, and DEA Headquarters, Arlington, Virginia.

Selected Publications

Warner, Christopher I. “Faces - Death in San Francisco” 2014

Warner, Christopher I. “Tighten the Noose – Death in San Francisco” 2017

Warner, Christopher I. “Friends with Guns – Death in San Francisco” 2019

Fictional series of murder mystery/police procedural novels, currently listed on Amazon and at Barnes and Noble.

 

Courses Taught

CRIM - 460 Surveillance and Privacy in Contemporary Society

CRIM - 425 Criminal Justice Management

Taught classes or provided presentations on Law Enforcement and Narcotics related subjects (conspiracy investigations, confidential source management, money laundering, drug smuggling, basic introduction to the DEA) at various DEA or HIDTA sponsored State and Local basic narcotics investigator schools in California, as well as the University of California, Stanislaus, The George Washington University, Washington D.C., a number of Elementary, Middle and High schools, in San Francisco, Fresno, and Modesto California, as well as Springfield Virginia.

 

Education

UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND, Munich, Germany. Political Science and Criminal Justice majors.

THE GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY, Washington D.C. Graduated in 1983 with a Bachelor of Art's degree, with a major of Political Science and minors in History and Psychology.

DRUG ENFORCEMENT ADMINISTRATION (DEA) training includes Basic Agent school, Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) counselor training, Clandestine laboratory training, Site Safety Officer training, Instructor Development Course, Asset Forfeiture training, Field Training Agent Course, Group Supervisor Institute (I and II), basic agent applicant panelist training, and various Money Laundering classes.

Recent Presentations

CRIM - 460 Surveillance and Privacy in Contemporary Society

 

In the Media

Interviewed and presented on “Gangsters - America's Most Evil” season 3 Episodes 1 and 8 regarding Juan Ramon Matta Ballesteros, and Mery Valencia.